With its origins in India, chutney brings something special to even the simplest of dishes.
Chutneys enable you to bring the fresh flavors of summer, the earthy flavors of fall, the deep flavors of winter and the sweetness of spring into your kitchen in simple ways. They are traditionally served at all times of the day, finds an important place to be served along with salt and pickle.
They can be served as accompaniments, spreads, salad dressings, toppings for grilled meats and even as stuffing for a rolled meat or fish preparation. .
South Africans were making blatjans, East Indians were making atjar and Indonesians, sambals — all chutney like condiments.
There are three primary types of chutneys: raw, cooked and dried.
Here i have made
#greenchutney raw chutney thats our family favourite 😋 S wants it with everything 😄. #coconutchutney
#tomatoonionchutney cooked chutney and
#chutneypowder or #idlypodi thats dried chutney .
Along with the chutney i cooked some #masladosa
#paniyaram along with some #sambar and #filtercoffee
There are so many chutneys but for this year let this be it 😉. 🌸
Happy Chutney Day to all . 🌸
@rushinamg thank you for bringing all the amazing food days. .
This is how we are celebrating chutney day 😇😇! How about you?